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Case Studies and the Flipped Classroom
ase study teaching has been extolled for its ability to engage students and devel-op critical-thinking skills, among other benefits. But there is a price to be paid: greater prepara-tion time,Expand
Hypoxia in invertebrates
Abstract o 1. Oxygen consumption (MO2) may be independent or dependent upon environmental partial pressure of O2 (PIO2). The degree of regulation depends upon the species, the physiologic state ofExpand
"Clicker" Cases: Introducing Case Study Teaching into Large Classrooms
L arge numbers of students do not like science (Seymour and Hewitt 1997; Kardash and Wallace 2001). Surely, this will come as no surprise. Most U.S. students receive their first college scienceExpand
Case Study Teaching.
This chapter describes the history of case study teaching, types of cases, and experimental data supporting their effectiveness. Expand
Aerobic response to exercise of the fastest land crab.
To view the aerobic response to exercise, the ghost crab Ocypode guadichaudii was run in a treadmill respirometer at three velocities (0.13, 0.19, and 0.28 km/h) while oxygen consumption (VO2) wasExpand
Acid-Base Regulation and Temperature in Selected Invertebrates as a Function of Temperature
The p H of the hemolymph of selected invertebrates decreases as their body temperature increases. The magnitude of this change (Δ p H/Δ°C) is very similar to the change of the p H of water withExpand